There are many reasons a Monthly Payroll administrator might need to manage an employee’s pay and/or position on a given BVD. Reasons range from the department having added a new position to the BPP budget mid-month to an employee’s having taken leave without pay.
Occasionally employees’ pay may need to be reduced. Indeed, such reductions are one of the reasons the Monthly Payroll application was created. Reductions can be issued in two time periods, the current month and the month prior. Because BPP processes its monthly payroll during the month in which pay is earned, it is common to need to reduce pay for the preceding month.
Monthly Payroll offers a few reduction features:
Because Monthly Payroll operates against its own store of position/payroll information, it may become necessary to add or update this data after BVDs are created for a given reporting period. For instance:
- if a department adds a new position to the budget after BVDs were created for the workstation, a new position must be activated in Monthly Payroll.
- if a salary or account correction is made after BVDs have been created, the existing position must be refreshed.